Kids Learn Math in a Flash With New Kindle Educational Active Content From Digi Ronin Games

Flash Cards: Basic Math for Kids and Flash Cards: Fractions bring the fun and convenience of a popular, time-tested learning method to Kindle

Mar 09, 2011, 11:38 ET from Digi Ronin Games

RALEIGH, N.C., March 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- With the release this week of Flash Cards: Basic Math for Kids and Flash Cards: Fractions, the latest active content titles for Kindle, kids can brush up on their math skills anytime and anywhere. Developed by Digi Ronin Games, these children's educational titles, the first of their kind released for Kindle, bring fun and convenience to learning math for just $2.99 each and are available for purchase now through Amazon's Kindle Store at or via

An excellent companion for homework, everyday use, or even a long car trip, Flash Cards: Basic Math for Kids allows kids to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Flash Cards: Fractions helps children learn fractions, percentages, and decimals. The Kindle active content titles provide increasing levels of difficulty and, while both are specifically designed for kids, the whole family may find themselves eager to hone their math skills.

"We're excited to be a part of the development of educational active content for Kindle starting with our Flash Cards: Basic Math for Kids and Flash Cards: Fractions," said Jay Powell, Digi Ronin Games Co-Founder. "Flash cards have long been used as an effective method for learning, but Kindle takes this study tool to a new, far more convenient and organized level."

Flash Cards: Basic Math for Kids and Flash Cards: Fractions offer three study modes. Kids can learn by using the flash cards as a study guide or refresher (flash card mode), select among multiple choice answers, or type in the correct answer. The educational titles for Kindle generate an unlimited number of cards with math questions, and feature a High Score section to track progress, as well as add a bit of extra competition among friends, classmates, and family.

"With its portability, low cost per title, and environmental friendliness, the benefits of Kindle in the education realm are almost limitless," notes Powell. "Digi Ronin Games is proud to be an early leader in the development of educational titles designed to help kids learn."

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About Digi Ronin Games

Digi Ronin Games, located in the Research Triangle Park area of North Carolina, is a development and production studio with a strong track record of working with licenses. Digi Ronin Games has worked with companies such as Disney, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, National Geographic, and licenses such as Strawberry Shortcake, Garfield, The Dukes of Hazzard, Batman, and Holly Hobby. With the release of their Flash Cards series for Kindle, Digi Ronin Games sets itself apart as an early leader in educational application development.

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